No Man's Sky will support crossplay between Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC players starting June 11, developer Hello Games announced via the game's website Wednesday.
The addition of crossplay compatibility for multiplayer across all platforms coincides with the addition of the game to Xbox Game Pass, so it seems well-timed for an influx of new players.
The Windows 10 version of the game also releases on Thursday, and will also be available via Game Pass for PC.
Founder of Hello Games' Sean Murray wrote the original news post and praised the efforts of the development team that made crossplay and the newest Windows 10 version of No Man's Sky possible.
"A tremendous amount of work has gone into this update and the underlying technology and systems," Murray wrote. "We’ve moved to an entirely new networking architecture, with more flexibility for the future, allowing players to play together regardless of platform. I’m very proud of the team that has worked so hard to make this happen."
Bug fixes and general quality of life improvements are also included in the update, as well as re-enabled voice chat for PS4 players. For the full update notes, check out the original post here.